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Sharrah is a DIY home decor and style expert. Taking after her mother, interior designer extraordinaire Rebecca Robeson from Robeson Design, Sharrah creates new videos every week on ways to improve your bedroom, bathroom, living room, or studio space on a budget! As a fashion blogger and as the daughter of an interior designer, Sharrah is passionate about creating beauty and style in daily outfits and in all environments. After just getting married in 2016, Sharrah and her husband Tyler and their adorable puppy labradoodle Scout are kicking off the year with fun, fresh videos about their new life in their SMALL apartment in LA!
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Can you make a video on bed placement when it has to be in front of a window? My bed is a king but my window that is right behind it is so tiny and makes the room look off. I can't find a video anywhere!
PSA: no pillows in the crib!!! As a pediatrician, it drives me nuts seeing pillows in cribs all over YouTube! It increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, please do not put ANYTHING in the crib other than your baby!
Please Please Please take your shoes off before standing on any babies bed. Better yet move the crib and use a ladder. Babies lungs are still growing when they are born, and can’t afford to inhale stuff off feet. I know it’s an honest mistake cuz your young. Love the channel, had to speak up. Sure others disagree.
Mine are closer to the window. I want to work on changing as you suggest. When hanging the curtains should the curtains stack beyond the sides of the window, or over the sides of the window. I don't know how to determine the size of rod to purchase and how much it should overhang.
When I was 21 ,expecting my 2nd child in a couple months & with a 11 month old son,I packed up our whole house! My husband & cousin moved it to our new place, within 3 it looked like we lived there for yrs. including washing all the cupboards,fridge, bathroom, dishes by hand ,etc...So pregnant women are active my dear.😎
So funny, the 2 people I love to follow are you and Rebecca of Robeson design...I just read that she is your mama....I love it..that's my dream, that one of my girls will join me in my decorating mania...lol
You are great, such a fun attitude, and I love your Style...!!!!
Wow, you did a great job and probably saved them a ton of money with tiny little tweaks here and there!! I'm going to try and apply these tips to my master bedroom which I spent a ton of money on nice furniture but have not really spent any on lighting and accessories!! Hopefully, that will tie the room altogether!
now obviously they'll remove the crib pillows!! every where you turn, after giving birth ...articles and people tell you NOT to keep anything in the crib. it was all for the sake of handsome decor! also, fantastic job sharrah & friend. congratulations on the new addition!
All that white is ridiculous. Where is the color? Babies need color to stimulate their brains and keep them engaged. In your Bible study, do they cover the sin of Pride? Because you seem very full of yourself as well as being very concerned with physical appearance. You could have just opened those shutters above the bed; those shutters serve as a headboard. Adding the curtains just means more things she has to launder - while dealing with an infant.
Love love looove all your videos and ideas. Still catching up and watching them all since finding you on here. Have you done any playrooms kid designated areas? I'm having such a hard time organizing it. Cubicles are not working for us.
I love that you mentioned your Bible study. Recently found your channel when searching Christmas home tour ideas. Saw yours for this year and love it!! Subscribed. You’re down-to-earth and a natural.👍 Your home is beautiful. God bless!
Can everyone stop calling decorating interior design. Giving actual interior designers a bad name. We do a lot more than decorate smfh
EXAMPLE: an interior designer would KNOW how to design a baby’s room without having safety hazards. They are educated to do so, she clearly is not
Designers pick out your materials and finishes, learn building codes so that YOU are safe inside your own home and everywhere else you go, AMONGST EVERYTHING IMPORTANT. they don’t pick out pillows and give u advice about ur ugly old furniture. Appreciate ur designers don’t call them snooty just because u don’t understand why it’s disrespectful to call decorators designers
Thea Bruknerová She does indeed! This is YouTube not Philippe Starck world famous designs, I think maybe she should take her "interior design" "expertise" somewhere. Personally I get lots of ideas from regular folks "the so called decorators," and I find them relatable and I was able to apply them to my home, instead from snooty interior designers.
Mine are midway , Bought two new love seats from Big Lots store ,why love seats because I am looking for love ? No ! At 81 and 60 plus years of a happy yet bumpy marriage ( my husband passed away 5years ago) I am doing my house my way , regarding the love seats My living room is on the small yet cozy side and two small “love seats “ work better then a large sofa ( made a mistake and bought a 92 “ with chase ) I am ripping out that horrible carpet and installing that fake hard wood flooring, Oh and I will buy new curtains and move the curtain rod up near the top of the ceiling per your advice . Love watching your show,and your sense of humor makes my day brighter . Humor and love make the 🌎 a much happier place to live ! Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas ! Blessed Be !👍👍👍👍👍🦋🌈👵🏻🐈🖖👽🤷♀️
Great decorations but now the room is full of hazards for a newborn. I am so worried watching through this, while I know this is just a demonstration of how you could decorate any room, and the couple in the video didn’t mind so it is none of our business to point out the hazards and I am normally not the kind of person mind other peoples business but for this one I am willing to take hate for saying this: it is newborn lives we are talking about, nothing bad happened to the baby in the video doesn’t mean nothing will happen to babies of the audience watching this, there’s a reason why hospitals and health professionals go over and over again about cot safty because there had been accidents out there happened to poor newborns and worst cases lives gone. the decorations are beautiful but making example out of a nursery might not be the best idea, what if some mum-to-bes didn’t do enough research and watch this video and thought they could decorate their nursery like this? It’s going to be dangerous for their babies. It might be worth it to do a disclaimer and tell people this is just a design idea for any room and new mums should do enough baby safety research before following what’s been done to a nursery in this video
Was taking down the shutter over the bed necessary? Having a custom shutter installed is an investment for sure, Im sad you took it down. Shutters are cordless, insulating and are great for controlling the light, and having that control to darken the room would be nice for babe and mom...wouldnt it?
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